Tutorate Web Development Series - Apply

Apply for the Tutorate Web Development Series

Begins May 19, 2015

Who is this for?:

- Career Switchers
- Startups and Startup owners
- Programmers who want web skills

*Learn more in a few weeks than you might in a few years!*

In this 9 week long part-time series you will follow along as we build a working full stack web application. We've want this to be practical so you get the experience of building a real web application. Over the 52 contact hours we start with the simplest possible implementation of the application and then add features as we progress .... In the process you'll be exposed to Python, Javascript, JQuery and Django. In the final 2 weeks you work, with our guidance, towards adding more custom features to our web application. Throughout the course you'll be exposed to tools used for continuous integration and project and code revision management.

At a cost of USD$1,100 our web development series represents a bold step to a deeper and more practical understanding of web and application development. The skills you learn are common to many aspects of modern development including mobile application development.

By filtering our applicants to ensure that they are a good fit for the programme you're guaranteed small, personal classes. We mostly look for motivated participants, willing to commit to the programme. We expect you to have some programming experience. If you've never programmed before and you're still interested, let us know, we can recommend some preparatory work before the beginning of the series.

Prerequisite knowledge includes:


With all that said, we're looking for persons willing to dig in and learn quickly, if that sounds like you then we encourage you to apply.

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